Business in Payne Phallen - Saint Paul, MN

Goff Public is excited to have two interns with us this summer – Nicole Smith and Jessica Trinh. Nicole recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Superior with a bachelors degree in business, legal studies, and communications. A dynamic multitasker, she has served for three years as the communications director for the Lac Courte …

From Alice Cooper to Forest Whitaker, the stars showed up for the 18th Annual So the World May Hear Awards Gala in St. Paul.

Life Care Animal Hospital has been a part of the St. Paul community since the 1960’s. Back then though, the hospital was known as...

This week the Saints hosted the Cleburne Railroaders for a three game series before embarking on a ten game road trip versus the best two te...

The St. Paul Saints played their quickest game of the season at two hours and 13 minutes.

Taking advantage of fun logos is more than just slapping a cartoon animal on your product—there’s a whole science behind it. Perhaps the best way to illustrate what we’re talking about is to show you dozens of examples of fun logos done right.

Historic Mounds Theatre, a movie theater and entertainment venue on St. Paul’s East Side, has long been rumored to be haunted. Three ghosts are said…

It’s not your father’s Bell Museum. That was the sentiment of several folks Saturday getting their first look at the new Bell Museum’s grand opening. Minnesota’s natural his…

Diane Hendricks On Starting Companies, Breaking Expectations And Raising A Family.

Learning collaboratively through projects yields results for middle school students.

After 2.0 innings the St. Paul Saints trailed by five runs to the second highest scoring team in the American Association, the Kansas City T-Bones.

A new law in Hawaiʻi now gives survivors of child sexual abuse more time to file claims against their abuser. Reforms to the state’s statute of limitations

Jeff Anderson & Associates is currently handling cases for hundreds of individuals who were sexually abused.

The more that right-wing groups spend to drive teachers from their unions, the harder educators fight back-and the more they are running for office.

2010 BMW 3 Series featuring Service Interval Indicator with miles-to-service readout, Front passenger cupholders (dashboard-integrated), Halogen free-form foglights. Click here for detailed information and to view our entire inventory of Used Cars.

2005 Lexus RX 330 featuring Scheduled maintenance indicator light, Water-repellent front door glass, Front ventilated/rear solid disc brakes. Click here for detailed information and to view our entire inventory of Used Wagons.

2009 Dodge Ram 1500 featuring 625-amp maintenance-free battery, Dome lamp, Brake assist. Click here for detailed information and to view our entire inventory of Used Trucks.

If your drilling skills are a little rusty, have no fear, watch this quick video for an easy step-by-step guide on how to use a drill.

For Immediate Release Contact: Rick Fuentes (o) 651-414-2863 (c) 612-741-0662 rick.fuentes@mnnurses.org Barbara Brady (o) 651-414-2849 (c) 651-202-0845 barbara.brady@mnnurses.org (St. Paul) – July…

After raising their family and retiring from their professions, John and Marion Baker moved from suburban Chicago to Prescott, Arizona, more than 35 years ago. They’ve remained long-term volunteers at the Prescott Library and believe in giving back
Administrator Katie Osburn leads a tour of Marley House for John and Marion Baker.
With a smile on his face John says, “We believe in giving of our time, talent and treasure. We hit the gene lottery and realize how lucky we are to have…

New AFSCME member Todd Bennington calls unions “one of the remaining bulwarks protecting working people from complete economic exploitation.” (Photo courtesy of Todd Bennington)
When the Janus decision came down, billionaires, big business and their anti-worker think tanks licked their chops, predicting the end of unions
But workers across Minnesota are proving them wrong
Since the June 27 U.S. Supreme Court decision, 339 people have joined…

Since the early 1900s, Latinos have been a productive and essential part of Minnesota. Most of the earliest Minnesotanos were migrant farm workers from Mexico or Texas and faced obstacles to first-class citizenship that are still being addressed. They overcame the instability associated with migratory work by establishing stable communities in the cities and towns of Minnesota. Latinos faced, and still face, discrimination—both racial and the kinds common to all immigrants and migrants.

BIC Graphic NA is pleased to announce over 55 new products across nine categories launching in July 2018! Here are some of our favorite new items: Writing Instruments Just in time for back to sch…

Tough times are ahead for many Minnesotans with disabilities and their service providers. Efforts to stop a seven percent cut to waiver services fell short June 28. U.S. District Court Judge Wilhelmina Wright issued a 13-page ruling that allows the cuts to go forward, starting July 1 and continuing to December 31, 2019
Wright ruled against a group of four people representing a larger group of…

A new report on the sexual abuse of minors in the Honolulu Diocese, which covers the whole state of Hawaii, has been released by advocates of abuse victims. It outlines key ways the diocese failed to ...

As sure as the day is long, a sign of the end of the free press is its refusal to stand against an assault on the institution by people who make their living by calling themselves journalists.

Problems included a lack of key supplies on Puerto Rico before the storm, unqualified staff and challenges with delivering emergency supplies, according to the internal report.